She commented, “It was a great experience learning from the team from New Zealand Sports Turf Institute team and I look forward to the next 5-day course that will take place in December. I am thankful for the support I have received from Vattanac Golf Resort, AGIF and Troon Golf”
She grew up on the outskirts of Phnom Penh in the province of Kandal and enjoyed nature from a young age, helping her family grow rice and vegetables.
She says, “my progression to forging a career in golf course management was somewhat natural as it allowed me to continue growing the skills I knew and be amongst nature. I started my golf course management career 8 years ago and have worked from the ground up; working as one of the golf course crew, a landscaper, operator, supervisor and now in my current role of 2nd Assistant Golf Course Superintendent.”
This qualification is in partnership with The Asian Golf Industry Federation, The R&A, and The New Zealand Turf Institute.